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Sir Brachot (Pot of Blessings)


Sir brachot, also known as a pot of blessings, are Sephardic brachot/blessings eaten on Erev Rosh Hashanah, and serving them this way is easy and super tasty too. Read more about the simanim of Rosh Hashanah here.


1. Peel, wash, and cut your vegetables.
2. In a round pot (keep in mind when selecting a size that the vegetables will shrink a lot), drizzle some olive oil. Place your vegetables side by side. Spiral the long beans and place in the center. Top with the strand of dates. Cook on a low flame to release water.
3. In the meantime, prepare your sauce. Combine all the ingredients and mix. Pour directly over your brachot and continue to cook covered on a low flame for about 30 minutes. Optionally, place the pot in a 350-degree-Fahrenheit oven for 15 minutes to brown the top. Drizzle some more date syrup on top and sprinkle pomegranate seeds. Best served fresh. I wouldn’t recommend freezing.


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